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percent approve. this comes as the obama administration face as deadline today on whether to weigh in on the proposition 8 case before the supreme court which will hear arguments next month in an interview you saw only on abc7 the president told dan ashley he wants to make sure his administration doesn't interject too far into the case but the president did add that the couples should have the right to marry. we report that lawyers for the white house will show sympathy of gay rights but stop short of saying states can never ban gay marriage. >> day until massive federal budget cuts kick in across the board in washington, dc, and we learn how california will feel the impact if a deal is not reached. there would be an impact. >> there would, kristen. president obama is saying people will not feel the impact right away but we are talking $85 billion some of which is earmarked for california. the white house says 64,000 civilian defense workers could be furloughed and an economist in los angeles says 175,000 nondefense jobs could be at risk schools in california could lose billions in
to be a lack of urgency in the nation's capital. president obama is set to meet with leaders but as cbs news's susan mcginnis report, the meeting will take place after the budget cuts take effect. >> reporter: president obama has softened his language about the impact of the across-the- board budget cuts which kick in tomorrow. >> this is not a cliff. but it is a tumble downward. >> reporter: still he warned a group of business leaders in washington, d.c. wednesday night that the cuts will hurt. >> this is going to be a big hit on the economy. >> reporter: both sides do seem to agree on one thing. the cuts will begin tomorrow. each side blames the other for lack of action. >> they prefer to keep it alive as a political issue instead. >> reporter: democrats will offer up a plan today but republicans will reject it because along with spending cuts, it includes higher taxes from closing loopholes. >> all we're offered is a gimmicky tax hike that's designed to fail. >> reporter: and a republican bill being proposed today isn't likely to pass either. it giv
in tomorrow. president obama and congressional leaders are scheduled to meet tomorrow the day of the deadline. white house spokesman jay carney says, the friday talks are intended to be a constructive discussion about how to keep the cut from having a forharmful consequences. >> to prepare for those cuts federal immigration authorities have released hundreds of detainees. authorities say, they were in the process of being removed from the u.s. the release is just the latest example of the unintended consequences to come from the force spending cuts. meantime, the white house says, they were not notified. >> meanwhile here in california the san bernadine no county officials have calculated just how much the sixth day manhunt for former lapd officer christopher dorner cost. the price tag for the surgeon investigations comes to about $550,000. the figure includes the sears departments lead search of the san bernardino mountains involving 10 other agencies. dorner was founded in a burn cabin after a shootout with police earlier this month. >> let us turn to our weather with erica. >> good morning
at risk and fly delays and fewer vaccines for kids. president obama this morning is saying people will not feel the full effect right away. also this morning, he is backing off the most severe warning, at a dynel we are business leaders rather than calling the cuts a fiscal cliff, president obama described the fallout of more of a tumble down work. $85 billion is coming out of the economy in less than 48 hours unless lawmakers can compromise. >> i have not seen things done in two days in washington, dc in some time. on the other hand, the good news is the public is paying attention to this and we are still ready to work with them to get something responsible passed. we can't do it alone. >> that was katie marzullo. >> he said democrats must accept some changes to government entitlement programs. the nonpartisan congressional budget office is weighing in and it finds the white house-backed legislation in the senate would raise the deficit through the end of the budget year by tens of billions. live in the newsroom for abc7 news. >> oakland mayor is focused on adding 200 new police
are set to kick again tomorrow. president obama and congressional leaders are scheduled to meet tomorrow, the day of the deadline. this is a self-inflicted crisis in washington, these automatic cuts were put into the debt ceiling negotiations and gave lawmakers more than a year to come up with better cuts to replace these across-the- board cuts but of course congress has been unable to act. the irony here is that because the economy is improving, the u.s. government actually already has an additional 84 billion in revenues so far this year but the federal budget is still 1.3 trillion short. theses could have at a major affect in california with a projected loss of $10 billion in federal funds. it is possible that with the fund's kicking and tomorrow the lawmakers could compromise next week and do something that attractively. >> 6 07 a m and coming up a uc santa cruz student of the death of a campus. we will have the details. we are also live at st. peter's basilica in rome where hours from now, the pope benedictus will be, thibecome te first pope to step aside and 600 years. he will be l
are set to kick in tomorrow. president barack obama and congressional leaders are scheduled to meet tomorrow the day of the deadline. this is a self created crisis in washington, these automatic cuts were put into the dead still in negotiations and it gave lawmakers more than a year off to, with better cuts. off to replace these across the board it would be of course congress would have to be unable to add. the irony here is that because the economy is improving the u.s. government actually already has an additional $84 billion in revenue so far this year. the federal budget is still 1.3 trillion dollars short this automatic cuts could affect california. with a projected loss of $10 billion in federal funds. >> police are asking the public for their help in finding an 11 year-old foster child who went missing monday morning after being dropped off at an elementary school in san leandro. myles oliverez was dropped off at madison elementary school on juniper street. he never returned to his foster home at the end of the school day. michelle oliverez does not have a known address b
there seems to be a lack of urgency in the nation's capital. president obama set to meet with congressional leaders tomorrow, after the $85 billion in cuts will take effect. the senate is expected to vote today on competing democratic and republican plans to replace those spending cuts but neither bill is expected to pass. >>> the american economy did better than first thought in the last quarter of last year. >> here with a revised number is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, michelle. good morning, frank. despite the worries over the federal budget cuts the stock market is on a rally the past few sessions. a lot of that because of the economy. it turns out that the economy did better in the 4th quarter of last year than first expected. commerce department with its first revision of gdp putting it at growth of a tenth of a percent. the original estimate showed a decline of a tenth of a percent. still very week and economists were looking for a better revision. they were looking for
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